"I don't play a piano but I would like to give it to some charitable organization, like a church," said Freddie Booker.
Seven, sturdy tables went for $50?
"Use the tables for workshop tables and I'll probably give them away. I only need a couple of them," said Bart Virden.
What about sets of bleachers priced at $300?
"Most likely I'll put it on Ebay and see if anyone needs them. Maybe a preschool will need them," said Brince Camp.
Deals -- more like steals -- at the Oak Grove High School auction. Everything from lockers, desks, awnings, field goal posts, scoreboards, and yes, even the humongous power board are on the auction block.
Kathy McReynolds cancelled her hair appointments just to take item 218 home.
"I want these drums for my grandson. He's 2 and he plays the drum so good," McReynolds said.
Although students have better facilities at the new Maumelle High School, it's hard to see things just walk away from the place you lived out those good old days.
"I was the second graduating class and it was just wonderful while I was here," said Geniece Franks.
Franks hopes to get something to take to her class reunion in May.
"I took a picture of the Hornets. That's the big thing. We were the Hornets," said Franks.